May 20, 2014 22:17
Defense to appeal guilty verdict in Politkovskaya murder case
MOSCOW. May 20 (Interfax) - The defense lawyers for the five men found guilty on Tuesday of killing Novaya Gazeta observer Anna Politkovskaya will appeal the guilty verdict.
"We will certainly appeal the jury's verdict," lawyer Alexei Mikhalchik defending former Moscow city police officer Sergei Khadzhikurbanov told Interfax.
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